It was listed as an encore after Love And Luck (instead of One Love).FinsUp6835 wrote: ↑May 28, 2018 8:27 pmSunLover wrote: ↑May 25, 2018 12:16 pmI believe that is also why he is doing One Love. His version includes lyrics like "Humor is the answer to all this terror..." which is probably referring to recent events. African Friend was on the printed setlist for the opening show in KC.FinsUp6835 wrote: ↑May 25, 2018 10:15 amSunLover wrote: ↑May 25, 2018 9:53 amYour best bet is the BN Song & Lyric Database - Love And Luck page. And you're right. He has been playing it regularly since the second half of 2016. Before then, he played it several times in 1999 and 2000, although not as much as he has lately.
I'm sure the BN tribute probably put the song in his head to bring it back. I'm glad he did.
It was also the top voted song when he did the door #3 song selection thing. I think that is what brought it back. I was hoping for African Friend acoustic solo at the end this year. The whole Love and Luck One Love thing is because of all the craziness in the world. I do like the combo that he has been doing
I agree. I have been liking it.
Also, African friend was in the spot of what song in the set right now? Where coast of marsailles is? Or was it an encore after one love.
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Damn!!!! Well maybe he will add it once he hits cities that he played last year and used Love and Luck/ One Love as the encore last year.
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